The defendant appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on May 20.
The defendant appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on May 20.

Nanango BP incident culprit faces string of charges

A SOUTH Burnett man who faces a string of more than 30 charges will be remanded in custody.

Robert David Castle appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Monday May 20.

He will face a total of 36 charges, including five counts of stealing.

Mr Castle was charged with the unlawful use of a motor vehicle in Brooklands, Nanango, and the arson of a motor vehicle in Kingaroy. 

The defendant was also charged with two counts of the aggravated supply of dangerous drugs, one count of failing to appear and driving without a licence.

He also faces one evading police charge, which occurred in Kingaroy, and three counts of entering a premises.

The defendant is also charged with wilfully making unnecessary noise, possessing explosives and utensils.

Mr Castle also faces a couple of unregistered and uninsured traffic charges.

No bail application was made in court yesterday.

The case was adjourned until July 8 in Kingaroy Magistrates Court.

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